Meet the team

It takes courage to take the first steps toward change. If you are ready to take that step we are here to support and empower you.

Shameria L. Glover, LPC, MRC, MA

Shameria Glover completed her Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and then a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, at South Carolina State University. Shameria has over  8 years of experience in vocational rehabilitation counseling, substance abuse, community-based services, behavior intervention and mental health services.

Shameria services adolescents, adults, families, and groups in the following areas:

  • Addictive behaviors and substance abuse issues

  • Anxiety, depression, anger, and grief

  • Conduct and oppositional defiant disorders

  • Psychotherapy and dual diagnose 

  • Teen issues, peer pressure, and self-esteem

  • Stress management

  • Criminal thinking and behavior

  • Parent/Child or partner relational problems.

Shameria uses a blend of cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, solution-focused, reality-based, and psychoeducation to individuals age 13 and up. Shameria's therapeutic approach is to provide support and counseling to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She works eclectically to suit the needs of individuals.

Lucy Rios

Marketing Intern

Lucy is a senior at Benedict College who is studying Mass Communication with a minor in Marketing. Lucy has ambition to pursue a master's degree in journalism either here in the U.S. or abroad. She is native of Colombia, South America and enjoys dancing, writing and reading. 

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Summer Snipes
Administrative Office Consultant/Office Coordinator

Summer Snipes brings over 19 years of administrative and management expertise to True Serenity SC.  She completed her Associate’s in Arts and will complete her Bachelor’s in Business Administration in December 2023.  She is a native of Orangeburg, South Carolina.  Miss Snipes works in SC Correctional Industries, where her expertise in sales and administrative support is used to teach offenders a trade as well as soft-skills so that they are better acclimated to society upon release.  Miss Snipes also serves grieving families at the Greater Orangeburg Funeral Home in Orangeburg, SC.